EV Market Scenario
Are you someone who sees future business prospects in the electric vehicles segment? If yes, then, this might be a good news to you.
An area of 3 km could require about 300 charging stations with about 4-5 charging slots.
To reach a milestone of meeting the charging requirement of 2,000,000 Electric Cars, around 400,000 nos of Charging stations are required by 2026
. Apart from vehicle manufacturers, third party companies are also in the race to announce plans to set up charging infrastructure in the country.
Another alternative to charging an EV is swapping the nearly depleted battery for a fully charged one at the station - very similar to the exchange of a LPG cylinder.
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India is on the verge of a transport revolution, and one of the most important features of this revolution is the capacity to charge Electric Vehicles (EVs) in workplaces, shopping centres, main street and domestic residences.
Academy of EV Technology providing courses for Electricians who want to enhance their skills set and business opportunities in this area.
The course will cover the following-
- AS 3000 requirements as outlined in the new version
- EVs available in India
- Charging modes
- Charging connectors and cable types
- Govt. Planning Guidelines for on street charging
- Electrical considerations - maximum demand, fault loop impedance, voltage drop, Network requirements, where applicable
- Use of EVs as a Battery Storage System for householders
- Where to buy products
- Practical work - wiring and testing an EV charger
The Ministry of Power has said that now no separate licence will be required for set up charging infrastructure for electric vehicles under the provision of the Electricity Act 2003, the government is looking to give a further boost to e-vehicles by opening up the playing field to individuals.
The person should apply for connectivity and the distribution company is bound to provide connectivity
Even though awareness for electric vehicles has increased multiple times but the skill level and base knowledge required to develop electric vehicles and to understand them is still limited. This creates a gap in demand and supply which is currently filled by buying off the shelf products from limited players in electric component industry.
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Whether the consulting engineer, the facilities manager or the fleet manager, we give you the tools to ensure your EV infrastructure plan is right for the job.
Certificate will be Awarded by
Academy of EV Technology, A Unit of Global Advanced Training & Educational Trust, Regd. under NCT New Delhi, Govt. of India
- Experienced Working Professional - Technical or Management, Entrepreneurs
- B.E / B.Tech or Graduation in any stream
- Minimum Educational Qualifications: Diploma in any stream with working Experience
- Minimum age 18 years, No Upper Age bar for Entrepreneurs
English, Hindi & Local Language
(Book & Online Examination in English)
Duration: 72 Hours within 1 Month
The course will be delivered in class room board work, lecture using PowerPoint, sharing of case examples, design exercises, a complete design task and EV Charging System installation facility at institute power plant.
- FREE printed book as per Syllabus developed by National and International EV Technology Trainer & Expert
- EVSE, sample financial models etc.
- Training & Learning Materials: Wall Chart, Equipment, Measuring Meters, accessories and tools for practical & demonstration only
We believe in "Learn-through-Practical"
- 1. AEVT follows 70% practical and 30% theory
- 2. Developing practical knowledge and skill on Motor, Controller, Battery Pack Design, BMS, Charger equipments and Charging Station
- 3. Discussion on Industrial scenario and business opportunities
- 4. Unit wise practical Activities
|Unit||Code||Paper Detail||Class No|
- 1. Global and Indian Energy Scenario and Energy Policy, scenarios of electric vehicle industry
- 2. History of Electric Vehicle, Working Of Electric Vehicle
- 3. Indian Market Statistics
- 4. Govt. Subsidies and policies for electric vehicles
||Basic Electrical Engineering
- 1. Working Of Electric Vehicle
- 2. How Do All-Electric Cars Work
- 3. Major Components in an Electric Vehicle Powertrain - Vehicle Dynamics, Controllers
- 4. Different Types of High-efficiency Motor Technology
- Motor Types
- Selection and sizing of Motor
- Motor Control Functions and Applications
- Selection methodology
- 5. Power Converters
- 6. PID Controlled PWM
- 7. Others Electronic components - Switches, High-performance Control Circuit, Microcontrollers, Gate Drivers, Snubber Circuits, Electric engine, Regenerative braking, Next-generation Lithium-ion Battery Pack etc
- 8. Practical Demonstration of motor
|| Electric Vehicle Technology
- 1. Introduction with EV Technology
- 2. Electric vehicle configuration
- 3. Types of Electric Vehicle
- ■ Hybrid Electric Vehicles
- ■ Plug-in Hybrids
- ■ Battery Electric Vehicles
- 3. Type of Charger
- 4. Clarification & Specification Discussion
- ■ Bharat EV AC Charger (BEVC-AC001)
- ■ Bharat EV DC Charger (BEVC-DC001)
- ■ DC Fast Charging
||Power Source Grid and Renewable Sources |
Effect of EV charging on the Distribution Grid
||Charging Infrastructure - Electric Drive and controller
- 1. Electric vehicle charging station
- 2. Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment
- ■ Different types of EV charger connectors
- ■ single-phase or three-phase socket
- ■ SAE J1773
- ■ CHAdeMO standard - DC fast charging
- ■ SAE J1772 Combo
- 3. Personnel Protection System
- 4. Cords and Cables, Cable Length
- 5. Earthing, Lightning Protection of Electric Vehicle Charging
- 6. PROTECTION DESIGN
- 7. Residual current device (RCD)
- 8. Practical & hands on learning session
- 9. National & International EV Standard Codes - IEC applicable for EVSE
- 1. Types of Battery and Classification
- 2. Lithium-Ion Battery Design
- 3. Overview of Battery Design
- 4. Major Cell Components
- 5. Overview of Battery Modeling and Simulation
- 6. Lithium-Ion Cell Design Example
- 7. Lithium-Ion Battery Modeling
- 8. Battery Charging Methods & Some Aspects of Battery Pack Design
- 9. Practical & hands on learning session - Practical demonstration on battery cells
||Battery Management System
- 1. BMS Building Blocks
- 2. Automatic Control System
- 3. Battery Monitoring
- 4. Power Plant BMS
- 5. Automotive BMS
- 6. Cell Protection
- 7. Battery Monitoring
- 8. System Communications
- 9. Battery Control Unit
||Charging Station Site Assessment
- 1. site analysis for EV charging station
- 2. Choosing the location - Public charging stations
- 3. Site Assessment
- 4. Design Guidelines and Site Drawings
- 5. STATION LOCATION PLANNING
- 6. URDPFI Guidelines
- 7. Site Selection Considerations
- 8. General Site Issues
- 9. EVSE Typical Site Plans
- 10. Planning Considerations
- 11. Station Configuration
- 12. Practical & hands on learning session
||Charging Station Design
- 1. EV with PV
- 2. Energy consumption
- 3. Selection and Sizing of charging station
- 4. Components of charging station
- 5. MoP Guidelines on Charging Infrastructure for Electrical Vehicles
- 6. Public Charging Infrastructure (PCI)
- 7. Proposed Tariff for EV Charging
- 8. Electric Vehicle Charging Tariff in Different States of India
- 9. Solar powered electric vehicle charging station
- 10. PLANNING FOR YOUR STATION
- 11. Design On-Grid solar charging stations for a parking lot
- 12. Plans for EVSE Installation
- 13. Single line diagram of charging station
- 14. EV Related Signage
- 15. Practical & hands on learning session
||Safety for EV Charging System
- 1. Charging safety
- 2. Electrical safety from the charging socket to the electric vehicle
- 3. Different aspects of electric safety
- 4. Electric Vehicle Charging Safety Guidelines
- 5. Protection against electric shock, fault protection
- 6. Selection and erection of electrical equipment - Isolation, switching and control
- 7. International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Standards - IEC IEC 60068-2 (1,2,14,30), IEC 61683, IEC 60227, IEC 60502 IEC 60947 part I,II, III ,IEC 61215 and more
||Installation of EV Charging Station
- 1. installing a new EV charging station
- Permitting from Fire Safety's Division
- 2. Choosing Right Charging Station for Your Customer
- 3. Installing charging stations
- 4. Execution of work
- Installation Instruction
- Installing an outdoor public station
- Pedestal Charging station
- 5. Installation Procedure
- 6. Practical & hands on learning session
||EV Business - Government rules and opportunity
- 1. What is the size of the EV market in India?
- 2. Why Bharat EV Charger
- 3. Govt. Policies and Regulations
- 4. India Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Market
- 5. Business models, Utilities , Charging space providers, Battery swapping, Digital and information technology
- 6. Payback and commercial model
- 7. What's your EV charging business model?
* per class 45 Munutes, Per day 8 class.
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Course Fee for 72 hours (within one month) Entrepreneurship Training - Advance Certificate EV Technology & Business Management
Course Fee for Indian Students
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|4||Study Material Fee||Rs. 00.00|
|5||Exam Fee||Rs. 00.00|
GST @18% Extra
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Course Fee for International Students
|1||Registration Fee||$ 237|
|3||E-Libery Fee||$ 00.00|
|4||Study Material Fee||$ 00.00|
|5||Exam Fee||$ 00.00|
GST @18% Extra
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Academy of EV Technology
"EV ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE"
A Unit of
Global Advanced Training & Educational Trust
An Autonomous Institute Reg. under
NCT New Delhi, GOVT. OF INDIA
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Traditional Learning vs. AEVT Skill Training
Education is all about learning the theory. Traditionally, an education may reinforce knowledge in which that you already have a foundation.
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Training can be specific to your need, your work experience or your skills-gap.
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The Indian auto industry faces a talent crunch as it gears up for the impending electric vehicle (EV) revolution there just aren't enough engineers with expertise in the field.
Current demand is pegged at more than 5,000 engineers - mostly in the electric, electronic and mechanical disciplines - which is likely to touch 15,000 over the next two years or so, according to staffing company TeamLease.
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